Client Information

Guests staying with us have the option of fully catered packages inclusive of guides, fuel, boats, tackle and baits. Anglers however are also welcome to use their own vessels and equipment.


Daytime temperatures are warm throughout the year so we recommend light cotton clothing. However, during the winter months, nights can get quite chilly, so a warm jacket is essential. For fishing, we recommend comfortable, well worn-in sandals or shoes. Other items that are important are a pair of binoculars, light rainsuit (in summer), camera, sunglasses, sun block and a good hat.

Health and Safety

Each lodge is equipped with a well stocked first aid box. If you require specific medication we recommend you bring a sufficient supply. All of our lodges are in malaria areas therefore we strongly advise that you start a course of anti-malarial prophylactics at least two weeks prior to your arrival. MARS (Medical Air Rescue Service) provide a highly professional evacuation service in case of medical emergencies.


In Zimbabwe, Summer is October to April when maximum temperatures average 32C and during which rains may be expected. Winter is May to September and average temperatures during the day are 20 Celsius, but can drop much lower at night. Very little rain can be expected at this time.


Information on visas for Zimbabwe can be found here, however, please check with your local Diplomatic Mission or Embassy before booking your trip as requirements do change. Mozambique requires visas for all nationals. These must be purchased before entering the country.